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Montana News Story on U.S. House Debate of October 19 (October 20, 2014, 01:42 AM)

This news story describes the debate for Montana’s U.S. House seat, which was held in Kalispell on October 19.

University of Delaware Hosts a One-Candidate Debate for U.S. House (October 19, 2014, 11:31 PM)

On October 15, the University of Delaware was the location for a debate for Delaware’s U.S. House seat. Four candidates are on the ballot: Democratic incumbent John Carney; Republican Rose Izzo; Libertarian Scott Gesty; and Green Party nominee Bernard August. Two weeks before the event, Republican nominee Izzo said she would not attend. Nevertheless, the


West Virginia Holds Four-Party U.S. Senate Debate (October 19, 2014, 10:36 PM)

On October 17, four of the five candidates for U.S. Senate in West Virginia debated each other. They were the nominees of the Democratic, Mountain, Libertarian, and Constitution Party. The Republican nominee, Congresswoman Shelly Capito, did not attend. See this story.

Only U.S. Senate Debate in Texas Will Only be Broadcast Only in Spanish (October 19, 2014, 10:12 PM)

The Republican and Democratic nominees for U.S. Senate will debate each other next week, but the only television network that expects to broadcast the debate is Univison, which will dub the voices of the candidates into Spanish. See this story.

South Dakota Holds 4-Way U.S. Senate Debate (October 19, 2014, 09:11 PM)

On October, the four candidates on the South Dakota ballot for U.S. Senate debated each other. See this story. The candidates are the Republican and Democratic nominees, and the two independent candidates, former U.S. Senator Larry Pressler and Gordon Howie.

Ohio Democratic and Green Gubernatorial Nominees to Debate Each Other; No Other Ohio Gubernatorial Debate Planned (October 19, 2014, 08:11 PM)

Ohio is one of only two states this year with a gubernatorial election, and in which the Democratic and Republican nominees won’t be debating each other. The other such state is Nevada. However, the Ohio Democratic gubernatorial nominee, Ed FitzGerald, will debate the only other gubernatorial nominee on the ballot, Anita Rios of the Green


Montana Holding Three-Party U.S. House Debate (October 19, 2014, 07:28 PM)

The three candidates for U.S. House-at-large from Montana are debating on October 19 in Kalispell. They are the nominees of the Republican, Democratic and Libertarian Parties. See this story.

Indiana Appeals Decision That Invalidated Limited Nominations for Political Parties in Indianapolis Judicial Races (October 19, 2014, 01:07 PM)

On October 17, Indiana appealed Common Cause Indiana v Indiana Secretary of State to the 7th Circuit. This is the case over whether Indiana can tell political parties that they can only nominate for half the seats up, in partisan judicial races in Indianapolis. U.S. District Court Judge Richard Young had invalidated the system on


Howie Hawkins, Green Party Nominee for New York Governor, Gains Endorsements from Democratic Clubs and Unions (October 18, 2014, 06:16 PM)

This New York Post story, published October 18, says that Howie Hawkins has been endorsed by at least three Democratic Party clubs, and the Buffalo Teachers Union.

The Oregonian, Largest Newspaper in Oregon, Again Endorses Top-Two Ballot Measure (October 18, 2014, 05:54 PM)

On October 15, The Oregonian, Portland’s daily newspaper, endorsed measure 90, the top-two system. The newspaper endorsed the same proposal in 2008, the year it was defeated in Oregon by a vote of 2-1. The editorial’s main point is that U.S. House races in Oregon are now perpetually safe for incumbents. But if Measure 90


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